Anonymous: SLUTTY. UKE. ROBBIE.
Anonymous: It is my completely amateur, bullshit diagnosis that you have three different mood disorders, and seven personality disorders.
Anonymous: Robbie Kitty, has anyone ever tried grabbing your tail?
Anonymous: Rroabbi kiten; Do th e thingg
(actually, I’ve just never gotten to use this gif before)
Anonymous: That is his mega evolution.
(Don’t ask me what the hell that thing is even supposed to be, because I have no idea. I just wanted to create the derpiest-looking kaiju I could think of.)
tdm1: Robbie Kitten becomes Robbie OwlKitten.
askvictoriathewerecat: ((What would happen if stinky meet a dog and got in a fight with it? Who would win?))
Well, any GravityKitten (even Lil’ Stinky) would be smart enough to out-think a dog, as well as be very quick and agile, and able to climb out of a dog’s reach. Since their front paws are more like hands (but with tougher skin on the palm and fingers, so still good for running on all fours) they’d be able to pick up and throw/wield any handy objects.
But, I don’t think any of them would necessarily back down if forced to be face-to-face with a dog, either. Wendykitten would probably enjoy intimidating dogs for her own amusement.
If he absolutely had to fight, I think Stinkly would be able to out-maneuver a dog enough to land a couple of decent swipes with his clawed back feet, which would probably send most dogs packing. If a dog were particularly large and vicious, he’d strategically retreat to higher ground to either contemplate his next move, or find an ambush spot. All of the GravityKittens would be fearless little scrappers when it comes to other animals (however, they know that there is a difference between friendly pets, and unfriendly feral animals).
Anonymous: I honestly would think at that point, they would be able to talk, but in broken English, would be a little oblivious sometimes, and develop some traits from whom they are a kitten of. And tbh, I wouldn't mind having that paw at my feet, idk that's just me.
My friend Morty and I frequently make jokes that the Robbiekitten learns a certain word, and then keeps repeating it everywhere.
"Stinky, what do you want for breakfast?"
"Stinky, what do you wanna watch on tv?"
"…Stinky, did you fart?"
There’d also be other words he’d say, but not quite correctly.
"Stinky, do you want some chicken?"
We’ve also joked that there would be things he’d be frighteningly good at, such as completely owning people at video games (including human Robbie, who would be playing from his own house, and have no idea that the guy griefing and repeatedly teabagging him in Call of Duty is actually Lil’ Stinky).
Anonymous: What would happen if the Gravity Kittens just kinda grew bigger and older?
While I don’t see them as getting bigger than an average house cat, the ramifications if they did get bigger with age are slightly horrifying, mostly because you would have something as large as a person with the max intelligence of a small child, and with the inability to speak.
And seriously, nobody wants this laying on the floor and pawing at their feet.